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[treated as singular or plural] Means of mass communication using digital technologies such as the Internet.‘the new media has become central to the political arena’
- ‘A small group of hardcore zine creators have adapted to using new media, moving off the printed page to establish the e-zine.’
- ‘New media has changed my life extraordinarily from what I was doing 10 years ago.’
- ‘There's an enormous opportunity to expand our business through the use of new media.’
- ‘Large media companies thought they knew what people wanted from these new media: movies, games, shopping, sports.’
- ‘She wants to help the foundation lead the way in figuring out what new media actually does for children.’
- ‘With this issue of the magazine we take a dramatic step into the realm of new media.’
- ‘The booming economy and rapid growth of new media have helped the entertainment industry flourish.’
- ‘Another point to consider is how new media such as the internet can help spread more progressive views.’
- ‘Anyone investing in new media today has to make a leap of faith.’
- ‘How do most people use the new media?’
- ‘Who is more deeply invested in new media, especially the Web, than the old media?’
- ‘Increasingly, Americans are turning to new media sources for news.’
- ‘In many research universities, exciting programs using new media have been launched.’
- ‘How will new media work for the big advertisers?’
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